The 2008 Atlantic Hurricane Season

During the 2008 hurricane season, the number of tropical storms and hurricanes exceeded long term averages. The year produced two events which resulted in serious damage in the United States; Hurricanes Gustav and Ike, and an unusually strong late storm, Hurricane Paloma. By Peter Dailey

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